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Thirsty in Seattle
Dear Dr. Julia,
My dog is constantly drinking from the toilet. In the process, he splashes water all over the floor. What can I do to make him stop this disgusting habit?
- Signed, Thirsty in Seattle
Really, no self-respecting dog wants to drink from the toilet. Supply the pooch with a nice ladle and a fancy glass and your troubles will be gone. Of course, most people simply put down the toilet seat.
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Dr. Julia Chicken, Recently I had a troubling dream; I was being moved into what must have been an old firehouse as there was a brass pole right beside
Pauline Phillips, better known as Dear Abby, passed this week at the age of 94.
Hard to believe Free Range Chicken In Lake Cumberland, but she was still penning her column, which was first published in 1956, without aid up until 2000! At that time, her daughter began to assist her.
Dr. Julia and Dear Abby have a lot in common. For one thing, they both take letters from readers and offer the best advice you can get.
One difference, however, is the fact that Dr. Julia Chicken didn’t feel the need to assume a pseudonym. One might ask, Who’s the chicken here?
In our quest to honor Mrs. Phillips we found a few of Dear Abby’s more famous letters and thought to share some here with our readers.
Farewell, Dearest Abby!
Dear Anita: Yes, and also be careful of men without them.
Dear Abby: Our son married a girl when he was in the service. They were married in February and she had an 8 1/2-pound baby girl in August. She said the baby was premature. Can an 8 1/2-pound baby be this premature? Wanting to Know
Dear Wanting: The baby was on time. The wedding was late. Forget it.
Dear Abby: My boyfriend is going to be 20 years old next month. I’d like to give him something nice for his birthday. What do you think he’d like? Carol
Dear Carol: Never mind what he’d like, give him a tie.
Dear Abby: My problem is my husband. He wears false teeth — uppers and lowers — and he thinks it’s real funny to take them out at parties and do a Spanish dance using them as castanets. He thinks he is being the life of the party, but I’m embarrassed to death.
Should I keep him away from parties, or should I just tell him that he isn’t funny? Marsha
Dear Marsha: Let him have a good time. I think it’s hysterical.
Dear Abby: I am 44 years old and would like to meet a man my age with no bad habits. Rose
Dear Rose: So would I.
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